Sonali Bendre's 2 Lakh bag has her initials written on it

She was recently spotted in Juhu along with her where her exclusive bag grabbed out eyeballs, which her initials printed on it

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Sonali Bendre's 2 Lakh bag has her initials written on it
Its only a month the actress hit headlines for leaving her shoe laces open and we thought that it was such a cool thing to do, and now the cancer survivor diva is again buzzing in headlines for setting yet another goal cum trend. The actress was recently seen flaunting with her 2 lakh bag.

Sonali is one of the most popular Indian celebrities on Instagram with to 2.5 million followers. She was recently spotted in Juhu along with her where her exclusive bag grabbed out eyeballs, which her initials printed on it.


Sonali looked smart as usual in a casual outfit and was spotted carrying The Dior Book Tote in toile de Jouy. One of Christian Dior's most selling and famous bags.
What makes Sonali's bag so special is, it is customised bag which has her initials, SBB, which imply Sonali Bendre Behl printed on it.

Personalisation has become the most common after customer requisite in the luxury world and Christian Dior has joined in by offering a service for its Book totes. The customised bags ABCDior, which is essentially a custom embroidery done on its new blockbuster bag - the Book totes, first seen on the Spring/Summer 2018 runway collection.

Not only for its customized initials but the bag is also special as it has been designed by Dior’s artistic director, Maria Grazia Chiuri, who replaced the motif, originally that of a young woman on a swing to a scene which features wild animals. The print appears embroidered on garments and accessories including the Dior Book Tote, each piece requires over one million stitches over a 42-hour time period.

The beautifully designed bag costs INR 2,15,865 approximately.


Image source: instagram/iamsonalibendre
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